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Economic growth—not linguistic laws—key to French vitality in Quebec

When the gap in educational achievement between anglophones and francophones shrank, so to did the wage gap.

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In eight out of 10 provinces, enrolment in francophone schools, measured as a share of total enrolment, increased.

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Ontario’s financial status quo is not sustainable. That’s the conclusion of numerous independent analyses, the former provincial treasurer, and the province’s own commission on reform of public sector services. Yet despite these warnings, the province has allowed an unsustainable set of fiscal policies to persist while missing opportunities for reform.